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Jenn asks:
I have had my hairstylist colour my hair a dark chocolate brown, while waiting for the various shades of red that I coloured it before to grow it. Now I want to do some gradual lightening to a medium chocolate - should I have it high/low lighted or something else entirely? My hair is moderately dry from years of being coloured at the salon.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Remember your hair can only take so much, go in and have your stylist do a few test strands and see and feel how they are and then take it from there.





Hana asks:
I did highlights on my brown coloured hair, my roots are mostly grey and now my hair looks a ginger colour, using a cap. I am a trainee at Thomas Danby College. Please help me to correct my hair.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
There are so many ways you can go on your question, but only one right way and that is to go and see a really good colourist before doing anything.







Dawn asks:
I go to the salon quite frequently to have a semi permanent colour on which is nearly black with a hint of red tone in it. Just before Xmas I had a streak of red under my hair on one side and a bit in my fringe and I was very happy with it but it started to fade after a week so during the New Year I bought a bright red permanent home colour kit to top it up and it looked great but in a recent trip to my salon I opted not to have the red done again but just my normal hair colour. After a week my hair colour faded out on the bit I had my red on previously and it looks really washed out now. What is the best thing to do now to cover the washed out red colour. Should I go back and have it done again or is it best to leave it to fade a bit more and then have it done again? Please help!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Personally I would go back to the salon to have the red covered. Unfortunately all red colours tend to fade and there is not a lot you can do to avoid this, other than investing in a high quality shampoo and conditioner specifically for coloured hair.





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